Crowdsourcing helps organizations bridge skills gaps in their workforce and bring greater collaboration and innovation to cloud, analytics, mobile and social technologies.
The Texas Department of Public Safety's mobile app gives Texans access to the state's Sex Offender Registry, Texas 10 Most Wanted program and other valuable resources.
The state of Utah has learned that in mobile technology, it pays to track where the adoption curve is trending rather than to wait for users to arrive first, says state chief technology officer David Fletcher.
Mobile security provider Good Technology introduced a free tool to help agencies assess total cost of ownership of their mobile technology investments against industry standards.
Recent hacks of celebrity data that had been saved to the cloud illustrate the need to be aware of what your mobile devices – agency-issued or BYOD – are doing and where the data is going.
Lenovo announced the $199 TAB S8, the company’s first Intel-powered Android tablet.
Baltimore is one of the latest cities to install automated meters to collect precise data on utility usage in an effort to provide more accurate billing, increase efficiency and reduce waste.
As security challenges are addressed, the mobile conversation is moving from technology acquisition and introduction to assimilation into agencies' missions.
The 2014 GCN Award winning projects range from a system that streamlined a process for victims of physical abuse to obtain protective orders to a cost-saving mobile app by a self-taught Air Force dev team.
Texas will offer satellite-based broadband Internet access to government councils, school boards and other publicly funded affiliates.
Samsung’s Knox containerization technology, together with sophisticated vetting in defense and security circles, is gaining traction in federal, state and local markets.
The Mobile Passport Control app lets eligible travelers submit their passport information and customs declaration form prior to CBP inspection via a iOS smartphone or tablet.
The partnership between Apple and IBM may help overcome traditional barriers to deploying mobile enterprise solutions in the government space: security and long development cycles.
Researchers at the University of Washington have developed a way to harvest power from Wi-Fi signals and use that power to communicate with standard Wi-Fi routers.